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“The Vehicle Entry Permit system will prevent foreign vehicles from being cloned and sold in the country," Mr Liow said ...
17/03/2018
Malaysia to issue vehicle entry tags next month

“The Vehicle Entry Permit system will prevent foreign vehicles from being cloned and sold in the country," Mr Liow said in a press statement.

"It will also allow us to prevent vehicles with outstanding summonses from leaving the country."

KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysia will start issuing tags for a new Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) system next month, said the Transport Ministry.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

In October last year (2017), the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said it would lower the vehicle growth rate from 0.25 pe...
18/01/2018
Car COE average monthly quota to shrink by 3.5% for Feb to April

In October last year (2017), the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said it would lower the vehicle growth rate from 0.25 per cent per annum to zero per cent with effect from February for all COE categories except commercial vehicles.

There will be fewer Certificates of Entitlement available for car buyers from February, with the car quota shrinking 3.5 per cent to a monthly average of 5,894 - down from 6,108.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

The company, late last month (November), asked its rental fleet partners to install trackers in cars which will be used ...
25/12/2017
Grab wants to track drivers' habits - even when they are not on the job

The company, late last month (November), asked its rental fleet partners to install trackers in cars which will be used to collect data to generate daily reports of drivers, The Straits Times has learnt.

The fleet partners are expected to complete this exercise by the end of the year for all their cars. It is not clear if Grab also wants drivers who use their own cars to install trackers too.

SINGAPORE - Ride-hailing firm Grab is seeking to track its drivers' locations and habits, even when they are not ferrying passengers - raising eyebrows among some industry players and drivers at a time when data breaches are in the news.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Motor insurance fraud is the act of deceiving insurers into giving a payout for property damage or personal injury cause...
15/11/2017
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Motor insurance fraud is the act of deceiving insurers into giving a payout for property damage or personal injury caused by a fake traffic accident.

Civil engineering consultant Alvin Phua is among those who have signed up to be a Schoolber driver.“I am committed as lo...
16/10/2017
Overwhelming response to new Uber-like service for schoolchildren

Civil engineering consultant Alvin Phua is among those who have signed up to be a Schoolber driver.

“I am committed as long as my daughter is schooling, so I guess that’s pretty committed,” said the 54-year-old who drives his daughter, a Secondary 2 student, to school every workday morning.

SINGAPORE The sharing economy has reached the school transport sector with a new service created by a couple who recruits parents already making the school runs to pick up other children living nearby for a fee.nbspCalled Schoolber it was created by en

Rekha Tandaeduban, 28, submitted a total of about S$37,000 in insurance claims for the staged accidents.
12/10/2017
Malaysian jailed for making false claims from staged traffic accidents in Singapore

Rekha Tandaeduban, 28, submitted a total of about S$37,000 in insurance claims for the staged accidents.

SINGAPORE: A Malaysian woman was on Tuesday (Oct 10) sentenced to 14 months' jail for her part in a conspiracy to make fraudulent insurance claims by staging traffic accidents in Singapore. Rekha Tandaeduban, 28, submitted a total of about S$37,000 in insurance claims for the staged accidents. The f...

All foreign-registered vehicles entering Malaysia will soon require a RM25 (S$8.06) vehicle entry permit (VEP), the coun...
09/10/2017
Foreign-registered vehicles will soon need RM25 Vehicle Entry Permit to enter Malaysia

All foreign-registered vehicles entering Malaysia will soon require a RM25 (S$8.06) vehicle entry permit (VEP), the country's transport minister Liow Tiong Lai said.

The VEP will be valid for five years and vehicle owners will receive a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag to be placed on the windshields of their vehicles, Liow said on Saturday (Oct 7).

The RM25 (S$8.06) vehicle entry permit will be valid for five years and vehicle owners will receive a Radio Frequency Identification tag to be placed on the windshields of their vehicles.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Ride-hailing service Uber said on Monday (Oct 2) it has begun charging passengers a late fee of S$0.20 per minute, if th...
04/10/2017
Uber imposes waiting charge on tardy riders in Singapore

Ride-hailing service Uber said on Monday (Oct 2) it has begun charging passengers a late fee of S$0.20 per minute, if their drivers are kept waiting for more than three minutes.

Ride-hailing service Uber says it has begun charging passengers a late fee of S$0.20 per minute, if their drivers are kept waiting for more than three minutes.

The app will automatically calculate parking fees based on 30-minute blocks, but if motorists end the session earlier, t...
02/10/2017
Pay for parking via mobile app

The app will automatically calculate parking fees based on 30-minute blocks, but if motorists end the session earlier, they will be charged based on minutes and get a refund.
This will prevent overpaying. Under the coupon system, motorists pay 60 cents for 30 minutes, even if they leave earlier.

Looking for parking coupons will be a thing of the past. The Parking.sg app, announced by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at this year's National Day Rally, makes its debut tomorrow, letting motorists pay for parking at public carparks through their mobile...

"They (Sinopec) have about 16 stations in Hong Kong, a very similar market to Singapore. And they are known there for sl...
01/10/2017
China oil giant enters Singapore petrol station business

"They (Sinopec) have about 16 stations in Hong Kong, a very similar market to Singapore. And they are known there for slashing prices and giving very high discounts. If they do the same here, then all oil companies will be thinning their margins."

This, however, should be good news for consumers.

Chinese oil giant Sinopec recently outbid the incumbents for two sites, in a move which observers say could lead to more competitive petrol prices for consumers.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Road closures for Mid Autumn Festival 2017 🏮 today!
01/10/2017

Road closures for Mid Autumn Festival 2017 🏮 today!

TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENTS FOR MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL 2017 #sgtrafficwatch
The Mid-Autumn Festival 2017 Mass Lantern Walk will be held on Sunday, 1 October 2017.
To facilitate the event, the following roads and lanes will be closed to vehicular traffic during the stipulated period:
In addition, the direction of vehicular traffic along Mosque Street shall be converted into a 2-way road during the stipulated period from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm on Sunday, 1 October 2017; and from 8.30 pm to 11.59 pm on Sunday, 1 October 2017.
During the road closures, access will only be granted to police and emergency vehicles. Auxiliary Police officers will be deployed along the affected roads and junctions to assist and direct motorists.
Parking restrictions along the peripheral roads will be strictly enforced. Vehicles found parking and causing obstruction will be towed.
Members of the public may contact the organiser at 9067 2307 for further enquiries.

Mr Zainal Sapari, deputy chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for manpower, agreed that tax-deductible exp...
21/09/2017
Tax drivers of private cars for hire 'fairly'

Mr Zainal Sapari, deputy chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for manpower, agreed that tax-deductible expenses for private-hire vehicles should be similar to those of taxis. He said: "I don't think Iras will be setting any precedent because it is the same treatment that is given to people who operate commercial vehicles - meaning they require a vehicle as part of their business - where they are allowed to deduct the costs of operating them."

Private-hire vehicle drivers should be taxed "in a fair manner, like other businesses of a similar nature", said the National Private Hire Vehicles Association (NPHVA) yesterday.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

The first time was on May 9 at a Shell petrol kiosk in Sengkang. Tan had affixed two stolen vehicle licence plates to hi...
20/09/2017
Man jailed 14 months for stealing petrol, drug-related offences

The first time was on May 9 at a Shell petrol kiosk in Sengkang. Tan had affixed two stolen vehicle licence plates to his car - on the front and rear - before driving to the kiosk and pumping S$101.09 worth of petrol.
On May 18, he again attached a set of licence plates - different from the ones he used on May 9 - before driving into another Shell petrol kiosk, this time at Yio Chu Kang. He then pumped petrol worth S$99.30 and drove off without paying for it, court documents stated.

SINGAPORE: A 39-year-old man was on Tuesday (Aug 22) sentenced to 14 months' jail for stealing petrol and other drug-related offences. William Tan, a private-hire car driver with Uber and Grab at the time of the offences, was arrested on May 23, after the police received several reports of petrol th...

01/09/2017

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09/08/2017

Happy National Day Folks! 🇸🇬

25/06/2017

Selamat Hari Raya!

18/06/2017

Happy Fathers' Day 👨🏻‍🔧

04/06/2017
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Singaporean Paul Lim, the oldest player at the World Cup of Darts, fires Singapore to victory over top seeds Scotland in the opening round. http://str.sg/4Lnj
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Bukit Batok car park explosion: Driver arrested, charged with mischief by fire.Have control over your vehicle - www.trac...
03/05/2017
Bukit Batok car park explosion: Driver arrested, charged with mischief by fire

Bukit Batok car park explosion: Driver arrested, charged with mischief by fire.
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SINGAPORE: The car that exploded at a car park in Bukit Batok last week was the result of an act of mischief, and its driver has been arrested, police said on Tuesday (May 2) night. Portable butane gas canisters were found at the scene of the explosion at Block 290H, Bukit Batok Street 24, and a 32-...

09/03/2017

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Monitor your fleet effectively and prevent reckless speeding. Find out more @ www.trackguru.com.sg
06/02/2017
S'porean Polytechnic student speeding on Malaysian highway receives S$3892 fine -- after getting caught by speed tracker in rented car - From Around The World - Stomp

Monitor your fleet effectively and prevent reckless speeding. Find out more @ www.trackguru.com.sg

From Around The World Stomp - A 22-year-old Singaporean polytechnic student was handed a fine amounting to S$3,892 after allegedly driving a rented car down the North-South Expressway (NSE) in Malaysia at a breakneck speed of 130km/h. Read more at STOMP.

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02/02/2017

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"Eazi Car Leasing's fleet of 100 cars are equipped with Global Positioning System trackers and immobilisers.Eazi's opera...
01/02/2017
Rental cars being used to commit crimes

"Eazi Car Leasing's fleet of 100 cars are equipped with Global Positioning System trackers and immobilisers.
Eazi's operations manager Yolanda Yang said it uses tracking software to monitor a rental car's location, especially when it encounters hirers who act suspiciously. They include potential hirers who provide identity card photos that do not match their faces."

Rental companies said they are increasingly concerned that some of their cars are being hired for criminal activities. Not only are the cars impounded during investigation, but some are also damaged during an arrest.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Track your vehicles remotely. Prevention is better then cure. Enquire at ask@trackguru.com.sg
01/02/2017

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28/01/2017

Happy 🐓 CNY 2017 🍊🎏!

Our Key Selling Points:- Able to send SOS signal at a touch of a button- Able to 'call in device' to monitor vehicle/dri...
20/01/2017

Our Key Selling Points:

- Able to send SOS signal at a touch of a button
- Able to 'call in device' to monitor vehicle/driver status
- Fully functional Mobile App which allows you full control while on the move.
- Onsite installation & trouble-shooting available
- Device can be easily transferred to another vehicle for a small cost
- Flexible usage (option of local only or with overseas coverage)
- Cheapest per unit TCO (total cost of ownership) in the market

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